OpenVPN for Debian Linux OS

Method 1: Setup VPN on Debian Linux via Network Manager

Step #1: Open Terminal and enter:

sudo apt-get update
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Step #2: Type:

sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn-gnome and press Enter
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Step #3: Download FastestVPN Config Files for OpenVPN TCP and UDP from here.

Step #4: Go to your ‘Downloads’ folder and extract the downloaded config files’ folder.

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In the extracted folder, you can see two separate folders for configuration files of TCP and UDP servers.

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Step #5: Now click on the Network icon at top-right side. Then click on Wired Connected > Wired Settings (or Wi-Fi Settings) to launch Network Manager.

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Step #6: Click on “+” sign there next to VPN.

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Step #7: Click on Import from file

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Step #8: Go to your Downloads folder, and then open Fastestvpn_ovpn. After that, open any of the folders TCP or UDP whichever OpenVPN protocol you want to connect to. (Note: UDP is faster than TCP)
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Step #9: Select your desired VPN server location whichever you want to connect to, such as I selected Australia-2 here and click on “Open”

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Step #10: Enter your FastestVPN username and password. Select “Store the password for all users” and click on Add there at the top-right side

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Step #11: Turn the VPN switch “ON

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VPN connection will go under process. You can see its icon next to Network icon. VPN connection is currently under process.

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Once the VPN is connected successfully, that icon will turn into a “Lock”.

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You are connected to FastestVPN. Enjoy Complete Online Freedom with FastestVPN Speed

 

How to Disconnect

When you want to disconnect VPN, click on the Network or VPN icon and go to the connected VPN. After that, select Turn Off

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Method 2: Setup VPN on Debian Linux via Terminal

Enter sudo apt-get update in Terminal to update Debian Package Repository. Keep on updating the repository time to time.


Step #1: Download FastestVPN Config Files for OpenVPN TCP and UDP from here.

Step #2: Go to your ‘Downloads’ folder and Extract the downloaded folder.

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In the extracted folder, you can see two separate folders for configuration files of TCP and UDP servers.

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Step #3: Now you need to install OpenVPN. Go to Terminal and write:

sudo apt-get install openvpn

Press “Enter”

It will ask for your Password. Enter it and OpenVPN will be downloaded shortly

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Step #4: Now you need to access OpenVPN config files directory. Write these commands in terminal.

cd Downloads
cd Fastestvpn_ovpn

cd UDP_Files     (OR cd TCP_Files whichever protocol you want to connect to)

Press “Enter”

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Step #5: Write ls and press “Enter”.
It will list all the available FastestVPN Servers.

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Step #6: Now next command will be run as root/ super user. Therefore first write sudo bash and press ‘Enter’. Then write openvpn --config [Your desired server] from the list above.

Example: openvpn --config Poland-UDP.ovpn

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Step #7: It will ask for your credentials. Write your “FastestVPN Username” and “FastestVPN Password” and press “Enter”.

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Step #8: Once the yellow highlighted message appears, that means you are connected.

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Enjoy Complete Online Freedom with FastestVPN Speed


To disconnect from VPN, press Ctrl+C in the same terminal or in another terminal type sudo killall openvpn

To connect to another server, repeat Step 4 to 7.